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Stock Indices - Mon, Nov 24th, 2014

Nasdaq Composite

Name Last Percent Links
Nasdaq Composite 4,712.97 0.24%
AMEX Composite 2,621.61 0.47%
DOW Industrials [Test] 17,810.06 0.51%
Russell 2000 Index 1,172.42 0.14%

Stocks Quotes

Name Last Change Percent Links
Advance Decline Ratio 2.08 -0.36 -14.75%
Advancing Stocks 1 -73 -4.88%
Declining Stocks 683 72 11.78%
Unchanged Stocks 47 unch unch
Advance Decline Difference 739 -145 -16.40%
Advance Decline Volume Ratio 3.62 1.48 69.16%
Advancing Volume 2 898.45 44.50%
Declining Volume 805.04 -135.4 -14.40%
Unchanged Volume 85.47 9.99 13.24%
Advances Declines Volume Difference 62 -22589.21 -26.68%
New Highs 172 97 129.33%
New Lows 11 -17 -60.71%
Name Last Change Percent Links
Advance Decline Ratio 1.19 -0.33 -21.71%
Advancing Stocks 129 -10 -7.19%
Declining Stocks 108 17 18.68%
Unchanged Stocks 33 -11 -25.00%
Advance Decline Difference 21 -27 -56.25%
Advance Decline Volume Ratio 1.35 -1.02 -43.04%
Advancing Volume 45.59 -7.83 -14.66%
Declining Volume 33.69 11.2 49.80%
Unchanged Volume 6.37 0.39 6.52%
Advances Declines Volume Difference 1 -1903.3 -61.52%
New Highs 4 unch unch
New Lows 1 -1 -50.00%
Name Last Change Percent Links
Advance Decline Ratio 1.05 -1.06 -50.24%
Advancing Stocks 1 -404 -24.60%
Declining Stocks 1 403 51.93%
Unchanged Stocks 86 7 8.86%
Advance Decline Difference 59 -807 -93.19%
Advance Decline Volume Ratio 1.34 -1.42 -51.45%
Advancing Volume 988.11 -124.82 -11.22%
Declining Volume 733.04 330.32 82.02%
Unchanged Volume 19.77 -22.8 -53.56%
Advances Declines Volume Difference 25 -45514.02 -64.09%
New Highs 107 46 75.41%
New Lows 27 -14 -34.15%
Name Last Change Percent Links
Advance Decline Ratio 1.34 0.22 19.64%
Advancing Stocks 117 4 3.54%
Declining Stocks 87 -13 -13.00%
Unchanged Stocks 52 15 40.54%
Advance Decline Difference 30 17 130.77%
Advance Decline Volume Ratio 3.1 -3.43 -52.53%
Advancing Volume 72.91 -229.18 -75.86%
Declining Volume 23.49 -22.71 -49.16%
Unchanged Volume 224.69 159.25 243.35%
Advance Decline Volume Difference 25 31406.01 -539.96%
New Highs 13 7 116.67%
New Lows 6 -3 -33.33%

Stocks Articles

U.S. dollar, bonds, and stocks are rising.

U.S. dollar ETF (UUP) absolute price rose to its highest level in more than 3 years on 11/21/14, thereby reconfirming its preexisting uptrend. Bond, iShares Barclays 20+ Year U.S. Treasury ETF (TLT) absolute closing price rose to its highest level in a month on 11/21/14, suggesting renewed upside momentum. The S&P 500 Composite Index (SPX) finished at a new all-time closing price high...

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Go Get ‘Em Boys And Girls

Go Get ‘Em Boys And Girls

Boom! Just like that the market leaps forward. At least thus far this morning it has leaped forward. Who knows if it will hold for the day, but, so far, the news of the day has created some excitement.   China cut interest rates unexpectedly on Friday, stepping up efforts to support the world's second-biggest economy as it heads towards its slowest expansion in nearly a quarter of a century....

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Understanding “Then” Might Help You Take Advantage Now

Understanding “Then” Might Help You Take Advantage Now

The recent whipsaw market has confused many traders and investors. Specifically, the rise and then fall in volatility is most puzzling. Do emotions and money swing that quickly?  On the spectrum of fear/greed, the money flows back and forth like a windshield wiper, but as the markets move higher and higher, the fear of losing gains becomes more pronounced than the fear of losing out on...

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Finding Entry Into A Directional Trade

Finding Entry Into A Directional Trade

An important thing to remember is that my approach to directional trades is different when going into an earnings release cycle, rather than when outside of the earnings cycle.  Outside of the earnings cycle, other factors trigger my entries.  Those factors could be fundamental in nature, or they might be based on unusual options activity. Most of the time, however, my entry is based on a...

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What are the Masters of the Universe Buying?

What are the Masters of the Universe Buying?

You should never blindly follow the investment moves of anyone — not even Masters of the Universe like Carl Icahn or George Soros.   You never know what their investment game plan is or whether a stock position is part of a larger multi-stock trade. That said, I do consider “guru” trades a nice starting point for further research.  If investors I respect and follow are piling into a stock,...

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Foreign Stocks are Weakening

Emerging Markets Stocks ETF (EEM) Relative Strength Ratio (EEM/SPY) broke down below its lows of the previous 9 years on 11/20/14, thereby reconfirming its preexisting systematically bearish trend. Longer term, Foreign Stocks ETF (EFA) Relative Strength Ratio (EFA/SPY) broke down below its lows of the previous 10 years on 11/12/14, thereby reconfirming its preexisting systematically bearish...

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The Next Big Wave Is Building

The Next Big Wave Is Building

Housing and labor posted good numbers today (again), but what seems to interest the market more is the inflation data that came out today. Underlying inflation pressures pushed higher in October, even as falling gasoline prices kept overall U.S. consumer prices in check. The Labor Department said on Thursday its so-called core Consumer Price Index, which excludes food and energy, rose 0.2...

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Junk Bonds are Falling

Junk Bond ETF (JNK) absolute price of fell further below 4-week lows on 11/19/14. The Small Cap Russell 2000 Index/Large Cap Relative Strength Ratio (IWM/SPY) fell below its lows of the previous 5 weeks on 11/19/14, suggesting renewed bearish momentum. The S&P Mid Cap 400/Large Cap Relative Strength Ratio (MDY/SPY) fell below its lows of the previous 5 weeks on 11/19/14, suggesting...

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The Fed, Banks, Housing, And The Economy

The Fed, Banks, Housing, And The Economy

The market jumped out a little rough this morning. A bit o’ jitters about the new lofty heights, I suspect. Certainly, the good news on the US housing front could not be the reason. Groundbreaking for single-family homes climbed in October and permits for all future projects reached a six-year high to signal construction will add to U.S. economic growth in early 2015. FYI, the number on the...

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Trade Celldex (CLDX) On The Gap UP

Trade Celldex (CLDX) On The Gap UP

GAP REVIEW On November 17th, 2014, CLDX gapped up and closed over the 200-day moving average for the first time since March of 2014. The surge of the gap-up created a huge interest in the stock, as it traded over ten times its daily average volume.  This shows us large institutions were picking up shares for a bigger move in the coming days.  The gap up was a reaction to news that CLDX...

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